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QPR Fan Loses His Cool After League Cup Exit To Port Vale

When you go to watch your team you often meet characters like this, but it isn’t too often you get to capture it on film. A sneaky QPR fan turned his attention away from the 3-1 defeat to League Two outfit Port Vale and captured a Rangers fan who was attempting to let Neil Warnock know his feelings from a distance. It’s not clear if the players got the message, but the man a few rows behind heard it loud and clear. Credit for finding this must of course go firstly to the uploader 10wal, but also to my mate Rich who posted this on facebook. He is a Brighton fan, so I’m probably guessing that he got it from their message board North Stand Chat. Good capture Seagulls.

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  1. Valefan

    August 11, 2010 at 12:02 pm

    What a complete Tube, I am sure that was Pete Bennett from Big brother!!!!!
    Nothing to ashamed of theough losing to the Vale, we turned Sheff Wednesday and Sheff Utd over last season in the cup and it took Scunthorpe extra time to get the better of us, and this season we have a much stronger team.

  2. spunky

    August 11, 2010 at 10:23 am


  3. JB

    August 11, 2010 at 10:10 am

    The “ball of spit” was actually the football which had just been kicked by the goalie.

    Jeez, it’s only the second game of the season! Yes, we fielded a weakened team but credit to Port Vale, they wanted it more and our defence seemed very static at times whilst the midfield was devoid of creativity giving the strikers little to work with. That said, Mackie worked hard but more worringly, Clarke looked AWOL.

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